SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 92 Ski - Women's

SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 92 Ski - Women's
SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 92 Ski - Women's
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Up Pro 92 Ski - Women's by SEGO Ski Co.
When fat skis feel too hefty for groomer days, and skinny skis sink in powder days, the Sego Women's Up Pro 92 Ski feels just ride no matter what conditions you're riding this season. Winner of various awards for its versatility, this skinnier Up Pro's 92mm waist has a clear bias for groomer days, but the beefed-up, rockered tip and tail hold their own on the occasional powder day. As a groomer ski, the Up Pro has plenty of camber underfoot to spring in and out of each turn and hold an edge when things get firm. Sego built it out of a poppy wood core with triaxial fiberglass laminates to keep a playful feel at high speeds. There's a VDS rubber dampening unit to keep chatter and vibrations at a minimum. Durable UHMW sidewalls make this ski easy to tune so you can continue shredding season after season.

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SKU: SGE0008
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